Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, October 27
- Lightfoot defends proposal to fine drivers going 6 mph over limit as a safety measure (Tribune)
- 1 dead, 17 inured in western Illinois after hayride driver sends trailer into a ravine (ABC)
- SUV driver hits side of Cook County jail, is in serious condition (CBS)
- Driver crashes into Tinley Park home, car bursts into flames (NBC)
- Paintball attack leaves CTA bus driver injured in Chatham (CBS)
- Plan to turn shuttered Englewood school into housing calls for reopening Racine stop (Sun-Times)
- Almost 2,700 homes planned for Moody Bible site, near Chicago Ave. Brown stop (Crain’s)
- Pedestrian bridge over Fox River in Aurora now set to open in the spring (Tribune)
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